How do we help church members reach the unreached people groups who are now our neighbors? BSCNC consultant Zac Lyons shares four keys.
As part of our "Leading Voices" series, Pastor J.D. Greear of the Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham shares why churches should want to lose people.
What are some keys to connecting with others for the sake of the gospel? Disciple-Making Conference speaker Ed Newton shares some thoughts.
Churches need to focus on equipping parents to disciple their children at home, writes Cheryl Markland, childhood evangelism and discipleship consultant with the BSCNC.
Small annoyances can add up to big problems in marriage when left unattended. Here are three ways couples can catch those “little foxes.”
The Scriptures teach us that the key to oneness and love for all mankind is prayer, writes Chris Schofield of the BSCNC’s Office of Prayer.
Tabatha Frost will lead a women's evangelism and discipleship equipping session at the upcoming Disciple-Making Conference at Center Grove Baptist Church in Clemmons.
This month, we’ve put together five resources to help you learn more about how to reach the lost people around you.
The BSCNC will expand its focus of engaging high concentrations of non-Christians who are located in 250 identified “pockets of lostness" across the state.
Get to know a little more about some BSCNC ministry happenings through this quarter's ministry highlights.
Learn more about Micah Fries, D.A. Horton and Ed Newton as we look forward to this year’s Disciple-Making Conference on Feb. 27 at Center Grove Baptist Church in Clemmons.
Although the greatest physical and spiritual needs in the world exist outside of North America, many of the least-reached places and peoples are here.
This month, we’ve put together our top five resources to help you learn more about God’s heart for reaching the nations in 2017.
BSCNC staff share their thoughts on how the new year brings new opportunities for disciple-making.
N.C. Baptist Men, also known as Baptists on Mission, is providing churches across the state a chance to lend a helping hand to families and congregations impacted by Hurricane Matthew.
Nineteen graduates of Fruitland Baptist Bible College were urged to dream big and aim high in winter commencement exercises Friday, Dec. 16.
More than 100 N.C. Baptist volunteers delivered some 5,000 coats to New York residents in the sixth annual Coats for the City outreach.
Does giving away coats in New York really do any good? Absolutely yes, a man told a volunteer team from First Baptist Church, Summerfield.
Along with coats, N.C. Baptist volunteers distributed thousands of copies of the famous Jesus DVDs during the recent Coats for the City outreach in New York.
In this Christmas column, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. shares his thoughts on Jesus' heart for those whom the world overlooks and avoids.